Ralph Lauren has unveiled the look for the US Team's 2018 Winter Olympics closing ceremony uniforms. Athletes will wear made-in-the-USA white down puffer jackets layered over retro color blocked ski sweaters.
Ralph Lauren Corp’s quarterly revenue and profit beat Wall Street estimates on Thursday, selling more of its high-end clothes at full price and keeping a lid on costs, sending its shares up more than 5% on Thursday.
Designs from Stella McCartney, Christian Dior, Dries van Noten and Calvin Klein will go on display at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum as part of its next major fashion exhibition ‘Fashioned from Nature’.
Luxury e-tailer MyTheresa.com has announced changes to its commercial leadership team with the appointment of Richard Johnson as its new chief commercial officer and the promotion of Tiffany Hsu to buying director.
Escada is to open a new flagship in London this month with the new store at 129 Sloane Street offering all its product collections. It will be the first creative statement from new design chief Niall Sloan.
Fenwick’s profits fell in the year to January as the UK market proved challenging and turnover was also down slightly. But the firm is staying upbeat as it works on modernising its business and searches for a new CEO.
Marimekko may be quite low-key when it delivers its earnings announcements but its high-profile prints are clearly making an impact on consumers, despite the tough market and a few difficult years for the business.
Saks Fifth Avenue owner Hudson’s Bay Co said on Wednesday it had received a bid for its German department store chain Kaufhof from Signa Holding, the Austrian property and retail group that owns Karstadt.